I cut through Coronation Park first.
Previously a parking lot, the park and trail is 7.5 acres of public green space on a spectacular part of Toronto’s waterfront.
The design is inspired by Ontario landscapes and is the culmination of discussions with people from across Ontario, including the Mississaugas of the New Credit First Nation. As a result of public consultation, key features are included in the final design, including a pavilion and washroom facilities.
The Trillium Park and William G. Davis Trail is a first step in transforming Ontario Place into a vibrant, year-round waterfront destination.
- William G. Davis Trail
- The Ravine with Moccasin Identifier
- The Pavilion
- Romantic Garden
- Fire Pit
It's a lovely park and the trail is about 1.3km, which loops back.
|At this fork, I went left towards the Moccasin Identifier|
|Great views of the city!|
|The fire pit|
|Straight ahead is Ontario Place so I went in a bit|
|I headed back to the park and got back on the trail|
|There are a few marker trees throughout the park|
|At this fork, I went right|
|Which led to the bridge I'd gone under earlier|
|I kept going on that trail|
|I backtracked up the trail, across the bridge and got onto another one|
|And I was back where I started!|
It's a lovely park and so nice to walk along the water. I'll be back!